June 25th, 2013

What’s in a Name?


35 Comments

  1. 1
    Goodfinger says:

    I read City AM – much better.

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  2. 2
    East India Company Wallah says:

    PC appointment from a socialist economics rag

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  3. 3
    Lloyd George knew his father says:

    Ganan Jonesh

    Please get it right

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  4. 5
    HFC says:

    It’s just another Cupid Stunt…

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  5. 7
    Physionomist says:

    He looks like the natural son of Nelson Mandela

    Distinguished

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  6. 9
    Just asking says:

    Did the FT hack and use Ugandan practices as well?

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  7. 10
    Mr Bone says:

    Mrs Bone is not content this morning Sp…ker

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  8. 11
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Is this the same guy by any chance?

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2002/may/01/comment.fiveyearsoflabour

    “Wake-up call

    After five years in power, New Labour dominates the political landscape. But is the party really on course? Labour activist Janan Ganesh presents an alternative view.”

    But then again so did Dave Spart.

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    • 15
      Bill Quango MP says:

      The FT was in love with New Labour. Not just a crush. A full on bunny boiling fantasy love.

      Even Blair thought it was a bit creepy.

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      • 20
        Blair says:

        Of course

        Anything which is half way straight gives me the creepies

        PS Must dash to have dinner in Moscow with another load of crooks. it’s good for the health, yiu see

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  9. 12
    Joe Public says:

    I know. He’s the Minister for something or other, isn’t he?

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  10. 14
    Fraser says:

    Jess Randall had a similar problem yesterday:

    http://tinypic.com/r/2vlv6td/5

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  11. 16
    Jeffrey "George" Osborne says:

    Enough already with the “Jeffrey” jokes

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  12. 17
    Danny Cookorski, the Best Man says:

    As you all know, I am Dave’s new secret weapon

    I rearranged thecdeckchairs in the garden for some chillaxing this morning

    Then I chased Larry the Cat out of the Cabinet Room

    Then I called my old boss Cathy the Unknown for further orders

    Watch this space

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  13. 19
    I am a Hamburger says:

    The elephant in the room?

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  14. 23
    sick of em says:

    it’s good to see so many queueing up to be slaves to the elites who have managed everything for themselves really well – what a poxy lot you are

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  15. 24
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Dear Owen is back on BBC and my Farmer Giles have flared up again, don’t know which is worse.

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  16. 25
    Janesh says:

    Thank you Guido for this wonderful exposure

    Barber will give me a huge bonus for his gaffe

    But did yiu know?

    He thinks all hell is going tobbreak loose when the Murdoch Mob go to trial

    So much shyt is going to hit fan that even the scandal weary public will revolt

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  17. 26

    Proof reader had a bacon buttie.

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  18. 28
    albacore says:

    Well, it’s a bit obscurer than Miliband
    And that hirsute physog ain’t really England
    But with our ragbag establishment today
    Naming the jokers can’t arf spoil your whole day

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  19. 32
    John Tandy says:

    Call him whatever you want – just call him !! Irreplaceable on the DPS, always listen closely to him…..

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  20. 33
    Anonymo says:

    Ganan style?

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